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May 2018 Archives

Have you checked to see if your car has a recalled Takata airbag?

Most people have heard about the Takata airbag recall. However, they don't know the frightening details related to just how deadly these airbags are. The tragic Takata scandal first erupted a decade ago after a deadly pattern was identified: People were dying in minor fender-benders because their airbags had exploded like grenades.

Did one of these surgical errors cause your suffering?

Undergoing surgery in a Pennsylvania hospital or some other medical facility in another state is not typically a pleasant experience. If the situation that prompted a need for your surgery was an emergency, you may endure far-reaching and long-lasting consequences that forever change your life. We place our trust in doctors, surgeons, nurses and other hospital team members when we seek any type of medical care.  

Hardware store recalls dangerous Chinese-made chainsaws

Common sense might tell the average consumer to be wary of the quality of an electric, Chinese-made chainsaw that only costs $50. Nevertheless, Harbor Freight Tools locations throughout the country have been selling these cheap, electric chainsaws. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recently announced that at least 15 complaints have been filed about the chainsaws not turning off.

Most commercial truck accidents are preventable

State and federal regulators have created numerous traffic laws and guidelines to keep us safe on the road. These laws apply to all drivers of motor vehicles indiscriminately. There's one class of laws, however, that applies strictly to commercial vehicle drivers and the companies that employ them. When a truck driver violates these laws, and causes an accident, it will usually result in the financial liability of both the driver and his or her employer.

Filing a Pennsylvania car accident report: Should you do it?

Drivers must report injurious and fatal car crashes to authorities in Pennsylvania as a matter of law. In serious accidents like this, police will compile an accident report. Drivers may also need to submit a supplemental accident report to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PDOT) if the police report is lacking vital details pertaining to the incident.

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